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Mitsubishi Electric News October 2018


Products
 
GOT2000 line extension
 
The recently released GOT2000 Rugged model is a ruggedized version of Mitsubishi Electric's GT25 wide screen HMI. Compared to other GOTs this new version features a wider operating temperature range of -20°C to 65°C, an enhanced brightness of 1000cd/m2, UV resistance and a better vibration and shock resistance.
In addition, Mitsubishi Electric launched the GT2505HS-VTBD model, the second handy type GOT2000 model. It offers a 5,7” TFT LCD display with 65K colours, VGA resolution and up to 80MB internal memory. It is equipped with Ethernet, USB host & device, RS-232, RS-422 and an SD card slot.

 
 
HMI Family catalog
 
The HMI Family catalog has been updated with the latest product line extensions, like the Handy GOT and the GT25 Rugged model (as mentioned above). The English and German versions are available for download from our website, more languages are under preparation.

 
 
Inverter Selection Tool - new look and feel
 
Have you ever used our Inverter Selection Tool? If you do now, you will find some new features, such as additional pre-selection options like encoder or network capability. Furthermore we updated the tool with the latest products and accessories. Have a try to select the right configuration for your application.

 

Solutions
 
New e-F@ctory Alliance partner web pages
 
The e-F@ctory Alliance partner web pages for EMEA have been updated with the following new partners:
Asyril - feeding systems in combination with MELFA robots
Lenord + Bauer - a new positioning sensor for CNC and servo systems
Takebishi Europe - OPC UA driver for Mitsubishi controller connection to IT systems
Technikon - Aquatoria® solution for efficient management of municipal water supply and distribution systems

 



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